Visit the Forest in
 all its seasons, the magic
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  In the Heart of  the
 Royal Forest of Dean

Alan and Michelle welcome you to the Fountain Inn.


Bordered to the west by the River Wye, and to the east by the Severn, the Royal Forest of Dean is one of England's foremost wooded areas exness review, comprising over 23,000 acres and around 20 million trees.

Once famous for its huge oaks, used for almost all British Navy ships at the time of the Armada, it now boasts numerous walks and breathtaking scenery.

The area steeped in history, with castles at Chepstow, Goodrich and St Briavels, all within 12 miles. There are museums at Soudley (7 miles), Ross-on-Wye (18 miles) and Gloucester (19 miles), and famous churches at Gloucester and Tintern (10 miles).

Further afield, why not make it a day out, and visit Bristol (25 miles), Cheltenham (28 miles) or Hereford (29 miles

The delightful village of Parkend is set right in the heart of the Royal Forest of Dean exness india, and is located within the boundaries of the Cannop Valley Nature Reserve.

The area has a wealth of history and was once a centre for the iron ore mining and smelting industry. Now peaceful, the village makes an ideal location for touring the surrounding area or for exploring one of the many peaceful forest walks.

Tennis, golf, fishing, canoeing, clay pigeon shooting, horse riding, cinemas and much more, are all available locally and our staff will be happy to advise you.

Take a trip back in time at the Fountain Inn. Built over two hundred years ago to serve the local mining community, it was extended to provide exness legal in india refreshment and accommodation for passengers, when the Severn and Wye Railway reached the village in 1868.

The railway has survived just, and is currently in a state of restoration, but the hospitality and family atmosphere offered by the pub has not only survived - it is alive and thriving.



Bar opening times

Monday - Friday
12-2.30    6-11


12-3      7-10.30

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